Saturday, July 08, 2006

The very last game of the 2006 World Cup is upon us.

It's absolutely true. I am not making this up. Tomorrow is the last game! Our little World Cup theme fun is over. I'm not exactly sure what I'll do with myself now. I may pretend it never ended and invent World Cup games between countries that are well represented by what the Library has to offer. Something like Native Americans Vs. Ireland or Vietnam Vs. Yanni. Yeah, Vietnam. There is sizable population of Vietnamese people in my town and the Library stocks about 100 or so Vietnamese kiddie pop CDs to make them feel at home or something.
So today is for FRANCE. Allez Les Bleus! I will cheer for them and maybe this will bring good luck.
Serge Gainsbourg: Du Jazz Dans Le Ravin. Is the last World Cup music entry. I even made a special trip to the Library today to get it because I wanted to get something special for the smartest blog lookers in the world. Before Serge was a hilarious pervert (he was probably just a mildly humorous latent pervert then), he was a jazzy kind of guy. This is a compilation of his early jazz type stuff he put out from 1958 to 1964. It's kind of cool and cheesey at the same time.
Track List:
1. Angoisse (Instrumental)
2. Du Jazz Dans Le Ravin
3. Requiem Pour Un Twisteur
4. Chez Les Ye-Ye
5. Black March (Instrumental)
6. Black Trombone
7. Ce Mortel Ennui
8. Generique
9. Coco And Co
10. Intoxicated Man
11. Elaeudanla Teiteia
12. Le Talkie Walkie
13. Some Small Chance (Instrumental)
14. Quand Tu T'y Mets
15. La Fille Au Rasoir
16. Quand Mon 6.35 Me Fait Les Yeux Doux
17. Fugee (Instrumental)
18. Machins Choses
19. Negative Blues
20. Wake Me At Five (Instrumental)

Quick Stats:
Serge Gainsbourg - Du Jazz Dans Le Ravin
62 MB
192 kbps
pw = Perv

I 'm also including an extra special video for you frr of charge. I'm passing the savings on to you.
Serge meets Whitney Houston and has a beautiful message of love for her.

Once again if you missed it, here's a link to the Serge/France Gall video about girls and their lollipops.


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